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Editor's Table, June 1852
The women of the metropolis are doing wonders. The nucleus of depravity hath become the reservoir of virtue, and instruction for ignorance, cleanliness for impurity, elevation for degradation, religion for vice, hath opened up the way to glory, -- all accomplished by women, who collected thousands of dollars, and expended them all in the amelioration of one spot of wickedness....
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Title: Editor's Table, June 1852
From: Editor's Table
Creator:  A (author)
Date: June 1852
Format: Magazine
Publication: The Opal
Source: New York State Library
Control no.: 051 O612 1852
Location: vol.2, no.6, pp.187-192
Keywords: Advocacy; American Tract Society; Asylums; Benevolence; Charity; Health & Medicine; Identity; Insanity; Institutions; Media; Moral Treatment; New York; New York City, NY; New York State Lunatic Asylum; Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA; Poetry; Psychiatric Disability; Religion; Social Welfare & Communities; The Arts; Women & Gender
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Mass Media, Culture & The Arts; Social Movements & Advocacy

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